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Man of the Match: Marlon Harewood (West Ham vs Birm C) - reporter Martin Smith

From online Tele HERE

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[quote="SamD"]Man of the Match: Marlon Harewood (West Ham vs Birm C) - reporter Martin Smith

lovely jubbly :wink: makes up for the missed pen :lol:

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KCs, etc now confirmed on TTF:

West Ham 3 Birmingham 0

Goals: Harewood x2, Ashton
KCs: Scaloni, Benayoun
Booked: Latka
Missed penalty: Harewood
Saved penalty: Taylor

http://www.sport.telegraph.co.uk/sport/ ... _pandp.xml

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According to that link Maik Taylor missed a penalty :? :roll:

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Yes, check site spelling of Ameobi too.

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Harewood MOTM, give me a break. Gabbers, Ethers and Ashton were all better than him last night. I was there.

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I think it was last year when one week Phillip Neville's points one week were creditted to Gary Neville and vise vera.

How pissed would you be if you had Maik Taylor, and he ends up with -6 as opposed to 4.

To be honest, anyone with defenders in the bottom 3 deserves things like to happen but anyway.

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